Graptoveria amethorum (Echeveria purpusorum x Graptopetalum amethystinum

I am guessing that this is Graptoveria amethorum, which is cross between Echeveria purpusorum and  Graptopetalum amethystinum.  Shouldn't it, technically, be Graptoveria 'Amethorum', in the same way that Echeveria x imbricata should be Echeveria 'Imbricata'?     Nice plant of an silvery grey-green color, apparently easy to rot.  Uh oh.  No water for you this winter, honey. 

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I like the fatty plumpness of the leaves.


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  1. I think you have identified it correctly. I get really confused on when names should be put between ' marks so can' help there. It is prone to rot, which is not just limited to winter.

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  2. Spiky thanks for the warning on that rot issue. I'll have to be very careful with the water year round, not just in winter.

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  3. I have this one and it's a real gem. Hopefully it'll survive the winter on the window sill. Seems to have gone dormant for me. I'll be careful not to overwater it.

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